how are frequency and intencity of electromagnetic wave related?
Asked by mbinukurian1971 | 25th Jul, 2018, 12:29: AM
Intensity can be understood as energy provided per second i.e Power (emergy per second).
Thus we can say that intensity is proprotional to energy E, which, for a photon is given by:
Where 'h' = 6.626 x 10-34 Js is a universal constant called Planck's constant,
'c' is the speed of light in vacuum and
'λ' is the photon's wavelength.
Thus, intensity and frequency of a photon in an electromagnetic wave are directly propotional to each other,
Answered by Abhijeet Mishra | 26th Jul, 2018, 04:58: PM
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